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• Oil slides as stock markets crumble, shale drilling accelerates NEW YORK, Feb 6 — Oil’s decline accelerated as the deepening slump in equity and debt markets undermined the outlook for energy demand against the backdrop of swelling US crude production. Futures fell 2 per cent in New York yesterday. Stock… …

• Boeing, Airbus eye 16,000-plane jackpot as Asia gets airborne SINGAPORE, Feb 5 — Boeing and Airbus have never had it so good in Asia. The rapid growth of mainland Chinese carriers and the entry of many budget operators has meant billions of dollars in orders for the aircraft makers. At the Singapore… …

• Australian PM hails new TPP, Canada comes on board SYDNEY: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull today hailed the revival of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) as a boon for jobs, but critics questioned how much Australia would really gain from a deal that excludes the US. After Canada yesterday agreed to rejoin 10 other nations in resurrecting the trade pact,…

• Malaysia joins 10 Pacific nations to sign new TPP deal in March, without US TOKYO, Jan 24 — The 11 members, including Malaysia, of a Pacific trade pact abandoned by US President Donald Trump have reached a deal on a revised agreement, with the nations expecting to sign a final deal by early March. Canadian Prime… …

• SoftBank is now Uber’s largest shareholder as deal closes SAN FRANCISCO (Jan 18): A group of investors led by SoftBank Group Corp closed a deal with Uber Technologies Inc on Thursday, making SoftBank the largest stakeholder in the ride-services firm and providing a much-needed boost to controversy-ridden Uber. The deal includes a large purchase of shares from existing Uber…

• German parties offer Macron first response on Europe BERLIN, Jan 12 — German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives and the Social Democrats pledged today to work closely with France to strengthen the euro zone, in Berlin’s first substantive response to President Emmanuel Macron’s… …

Avocado sales could more than double this year, helped by demand from China’s middle class Avocado sales to China are expected to more than double this year as demand continues to grow for the fruit from the country’s expanding middle-class population. “It appears to just double every year, from what we’ve seen,” Steve Barnard, president of Oxnard, California-based Mission Produce, the world’s largest distributor of…

• The Philippines records highest foreign investment growth in Asean On the back of efforts to encourage more international business activity, the Philippines registered the highest rate of foreign direct investment (FDI) growth in the Asean region last year, with the country hoping to capitalise on the global attention generated by hosting the bloc’s most recent summit to enhance trade…

• US Republicans confident tax bill to become law this week WASHINGTON, Dec 18 — Top US Republicans said yesterday they expected Congress to pass a tax code overhaul this week, with a Senate vote as early tomorrow and President Donald Trump aiming to sign the bill by week’s end. John Cornyn, the No 2… …